Today's world is filled with feelings of uncertainty, change, and chaos. As a lifelong medical doctor, academic writer, and respected nonfiction author, I explore these feelings and a way out of chaos for anyone searching. You'll learn about the human relations patients have taught me, economics and politics between nations, cultures, religions, lowering fertility rates, significant life changes, and our capacity to organize ourselves.
My written work is truthful, informational, philosophical, and ”above all” useful for anyone who takes the time to read it. I'm known for the precision and academic accuracy with which I create every sentence, thought, and paragraph.
Check back often to see if I have started a blog, and don't hesitate to contact me with your thoughts, arguments, and opinions. I always enjoy speaking to anyone with a better argument than mine. "Learning requires recognizing that what you used to know ain't fully so!" Contact me now to start the conversation.
John R. Dykers, Jr. M.D. was born on September 25, 1935, in Jacksonville, Florida, where he played 140 pound football and varsity tennis at the Bolles School.
Education & Career
Bolles School, Jacksonville, FL 1947-1952
University of Florida, Gainsville, FL, 1952-1953
Bachelor of Science, Biology and Chemistry, Davidson College, 1956
Doctor of Medicine, UNC-Chapel Hill, 1960; Intern, 1960
Research Assistant, UNC Department of Physiology, 1961
U.S. Navy, 1961-1964
U. S. Naval Hospital, Pensacola, FL, Internship, 1963-1964